Carrie White, Ph.D.

Carrie White, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in Relationship Issues, Personal Development, Mind/Body Health, and the treatment of Eating Disorders and Addiction. Dr. White received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, an American Psychological Association accredited program renown for clinical training. Her graduate studies and research focused on the reciprocal relationship between personal development and societal influence, family systems, and romantic relationships.
 
After earning her doctorate, Dr. White went on to receive advanced training in psychoanalytic theories and psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Wright Institute Los Angeles (WILA), where she completed a two-year fellowship. As a fellow at WILA, she gained specialized training in working with eating disorders as part of the clinical team at the Susan B. Krevoy Eating Disorders Program. Following her fellowship, Dr. White went on to work as a therapist in inpatient hospital facilities, residential treatment programs, and intensive outpatient programs treating eating disorders, substance abuse, and underlying mood disorders.
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